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  • Brownfield Ag Weather Today

    Sponsored by Pivot Bio Prove N Lower Midwestern river levels remain substantially elevated; for example, moderate flooding is occurring on the White River from Newberry, Indiana, downstream to its […]

  • Perdue says MFP payments soon; no more expected

    Ag Secretary Perdue says farmers WILL be getting more Market Facilitation Program payments soon.  Perdue confirmed what President Trump told Farm Bureau members Sunday night that the […]

  • AFBF state leaders pleased with trade wins

    State Farm Bureau leaders say there’s much to look forward to now that strides have been made on major trade issues. A year ago, Farm Bureau delegates were talking about the need for […]

  • Economist expects little short-term corn & soybean impact from China deal

    An ag economist says the new China trade agreement is a good deal for agriculture, but it won’t have an instant impact on commodity prices. Brenda Boetel with the University of Wisconsin […]

  • Accountant says overall, tax reform helped farmers

    An accountant says overall, tax reform last year was good for farmers. Austin Burby with Clifton Larson Allen CPA’s says, “It delayed some things from a timing perspective and a filing […]

  • Trump basks in trade victories’ glow

    If it wasn’t for that pesky impeachment thing, President Trump was on a roll last week, at least as far as U.S. farmers and ranchers are concerned. Heck, if you were sitting in the audience […]

  • NFU expresses concerns with proposed livestock competition rule

    The National Farmers Union (NFU) says USDA’s recently released livestock competition rule is unlikely to provide needed protections to farmers. The proposed rule aims to more clearly define […]

  • Report: U.S. and India are working on trade agreement

    Officials in India and the U.S. are working on a limited bilateral trade agreement, according to a Wall Street Journal report. The Journal says the agreement could be unveiled during a visit by […]

  • Doud discusses ‘Phase One’ enforcement

    USTR chief ag negotiator Gregg Doud The chief ag negotiator for U.S. trade, Gregg Doud, says there are strong enforcement mechanisms in the newly inked phase one trade agreement with China. Doud […]

  • Trump lauds trade successes at 2020 AFBF Convention

    President Trump thanked farmers at the 2020 American Farm Bureau Convention in Austin, Texas Sunday night for their support following two back-to- back trade successes this past week, saying […]

  • Brownfield Ag Weather Today

    Sponsored by Pivot Bio Prove N In the wake of the recent storm, very cold air will briefly engulf many areas east of the Rockies. On the mornings of Monday and Tuesday, temperatures could plunge to […]

  • Wide-ranging weather dominates the Heartland

    Across the Corn Belt, wintry precipitation is overspreading the middle Mississippi Valley and the middle and lower Missouri Valley. The remainder of the Midwest is experiencing cold weather and […]

  • An active, stormy pattern to build across the Heartland

    For the remainder of Friday and Saturday, a significant winter storm will continue to unfold from the northern and central Plains into the Northeast. Storm-related livestock stress may be greatest […]

  • USDA invests in Iowa and Minnesota rural broadband projects

    The USDA will invest $11 million to improve broadband access in rural Iowa and Minnesota. The money will be spread among three infrastructure projects that will create or improve connectivity for […]

  • Fungicides do a lot more than fight crop diseases

    A Minnesota agronomist suspects fungicides do a lot more than fight plant diseases.  Mark Glady with WinField United says part of his job involves evaluating treated and untreated fields. […]

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